The case emphasizes our dedication as Robert J. DeBry & Associates as wrongful death lawyers, to fight for justice on behalf of wrongful death victims. And in the case of Aileen Wuornos, the victims’ families and friends of victims still suffer the consequences of her crimes to date.
Wuornos’ Seven Murders
Aileen Wuornos confessed to murdering seven men within twelve months while working as a street prostitute. Authorities recovered six of her victims’ bodies. The body of the late Peter Abraham Siems, a retired merchant seaman aged 65, is still missing.
The authorities recovered the bodies of Wuornos’ victims in different parts of Florida. The victims are;
- Richard Charles Mallory, an electronic store owner in Clearwater
- David Andrew Spears, a construction worker in Winter Garden
- Charles Edmund Carskaddon, a part-time rodeo worker, found in Pasco county
- Troy Eugene Burress, a sausage salesman from Florida
- Charles Richard Humphreys, a retired U.S. Air Force Major and former Chief of Police
- Walter Jeno Antonio, a trucker, security guard, and reserve police officer found in Dixie County
Aileen Wuornos Arrest and Trial
The police arrested Aileen Wuornos on January 9, 1991. She confessed to the murders. Wuornos killed all her victims by shooting. Although she claimed she was acting in self-defense in her trial, the way of illegal activity indicated intentional wrongdoing. Wuornos received six life sentences and was executed on October 9, 2002.
Getting a Wrongful Death Verdict
At Robert J. DeBry & Associates, we focus on getting justice for devastated families. Through our wrongful death lawyers, we help hold responsible parties accountable for negligence and intentional actions. And by fighting for a wrongful death verdict, families can rest knowing they receive the justice they deserve. And justice for the victims is all that matters.